The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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Global Identity

Not having to choose a nationality to define one’s identity. The country stamped on their passport may feel more like a foreign country to a TCK while the host country may feel more like home. A child who holds an American passport but has spent most of his young life in Japan may want to call himself an American/Japanese. He may want to say he is a global citizen or whatever else rings true in his heart and that is okay.

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"...Global Identity s in the “Exploration” stage of identity development, the question of nationality typically pops up. While the country of their parents is stamped on the front of their passports, it doesn’t really sing to them. Their host country may feel more like “home” to them. Children don’t understand when their ..."

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"Tina Quick's initiative and book is a brilliant revelation of the phenomena of Third Culture Kids and their many challenges..."

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